Voodoo has a long history in the United States, but the word “voodoo” has come to refer to a new movement in a new way: The voodoo museum.
The museum is a small art installation in New Orleans, which opened in 2015, offering a unique experience of the voodoo tradition that includes a voodoo ritual, a vampiric rite and a vroom of light that will turn you into a viper.
The exhibit features more than 200 voodoo masks and other objects, including a vial of blood, a knife and a severed head, as well as voodoo dolls and voodoo rituals, all of which are displayed on the main exhibition floor.
The vulture masks, which are made of silk, are a traditional item in voodoo, according to the museum’s website.
The “Voodoo Museum” opened its doors to the public on Sunday.
The center is a collection of voodoo items and objects from the 1800s to the 1970s, including the first voodoo mask made in the U.S. The show is a part of a larger exhibition on voodoo in New York City.
The new voodoo exhibition also features an “exhibiting” exhibit, which includes objects from a vue de voodoo and a museum dedicated to the practice of vaudeville.